Alphabetical Listing
Audio Only Listing
Video Only Listing
Fly By Night
Caress of Steel
All the Worlds a Stage
A Farewell to Kings
Tour of the Semispheres
Permanent Waves
Pre-Moving Pictures Tour
Moving Pictures
Exit Stage Left
First Tour of the Nadars
Grace Under Pressure
Second Tour of the Nadars
Power Windows
Hold Your Fire
Roll the Bones
Test For Echo
Vapor Trails
30th Anniversary
Snakes and Arrows
Snakes and Arrows Live
Time Machine
Over The Europe


Media: 2 CD Audio
Time: 65:08, 60:59
Catalog: Metal Crash: MECD 2084/2085
Source: Audience
Date: April 29, 1992
Location: Hans-Martin Schlayerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany

Intro/Force Ten   5:51
Limelight   4:33
Freewill   4:04
Distant Early Warning   4:26
Time Stand Still   5:52
Dreamline   5:04
Bravado   6:49
Roll the Bones   6:09
Show Don't Tell   6:18
The Big Money   6:35
Ghost of a Chance   5:27
Subdivisions   3:55

The Pass   5:13
Where's My Thing?   5:30
The Rhythm Method   7:36
Closer to the Heart   5:15
Xanadu   6:44
Superconductor   5:06
Tom Sawyer   7:06
The Spirit of Radio /   2:13
2112 Overture /   3:50
Finding My Way /   2:02
La Villa Strangiato /   1:50
Anthem /   2:08
Red Barchetta /   2:20
The Spirit Of Radio (reprise) /   2:02
Cygnus X-1   2:02

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Average Rating:Audio: 8.9

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 9)

Excellent show! How do you sleep at night knowing you don't own this one? =)    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review

This show comes from the European leg of the RTB tour, and represents the last time to date that Rush played in Germany. The setlist is typical of this tour, but this show is interesting because of the "puppet show freak-out" Alex does during Closer To The Heart. The sound quality of this show is truly amazing. It sounds like it could be a legitimate commercial release. The instruments are all present and EQ?d properly, the signal level is quite high, and the crowd noise is minimal. All in all, a fantastic RTB show to have.    (1999-04-01)

Rush CD Bootleg List
   (Audio - 9)

This double boot contains the entire Roll the Bones show. It has superb sound quality, a decent-looking booklet, and as a bonus, a very strange conversation Alex had with himself during "Closer to the Heart". For quite a while the exact date of this show was a mystery. Many thought it was the Holland show, but I got it on good authority from a friend that this was from Stuttgart instead. The reason for this mystery is rather annoying - the company that put this out cut out the section where Geddy says hello to the city that they happen to be in. The cut itself is hard to hear, but there is a good chunk of talk missing. However, one clue is that you do hear him speak German later in the show. Sound wise, the show is nearly flawless. This almost could be from a soundboard, except for the annoying clapping at the beginning of some of the first songs. The band sounds a little distant, but for the most part much louder than the audience. The booklet has some wonderful pictures taken during the RTB tour, but unfortunately they have enormous purple dice covering up part of every one. The discs are picture discs of more purple dice. The only mislabeled song is "Distant Early Warning", mistakenly put down as "Red Sector A". A very decent CD of the RTB tour, well worth the money. If you like Alex, dice and German, this is the one for you!    (1999-04-01)

Bill Girton
   (Audio - 9)

What a great show. This is an excellent audience recording. Everything sounds nice and clear. The audience noise is almost non existent. There is someone who claps along with the beginning of a few songs but it quickly stops. A few highlights of the show, the little extra jam at the end of Bravado and Alex's improv vocals during Closer To The Heart. The only negative thing about the recording is that the bass is low. I would actually recommend this show over Mirrors. I think the band as a whole gives a much better performance than the Oakland show. Overall, a must have for the Bones era.    (1999-04-01)

Nate Hertzog
   (Audio - 9)

This show is probably the best audience recording I've ever heard. Everything comes through loud and clear, and there are no noticeable splices. Alex really goes off during Closer to the Heart. Seems as though he's trying to imitate a Kung-Fu movie script. Quite entertaining.    (1999-04-01)

Aramis K. Vidaurre
   (Audio - 8.5)

The sound is very good, not for a SB as it has been claimed. The cheering of the audience is perfectly isolated, minor details. Still, the instruments are a little bit distant; it is as if the recording equipment was put on the soundboard. Ok, just guessing; it takes time to come up with an idea of how it was possible to get the sound without audience disturbances. I have a remark about a special tune: “Xanadu”; I hadn’t paid so much attention to this one until this time. Alex’s notes from mark 1:50 to 2:10 of the intro resemble the classic Edge style in the Joshua Three (U2), something like “Where the Streets Have No Name”. Forgive me for this comparison, but I listened again to it in other boots with different sound quality and this significant resemblance catches me in this one specifically. The funny or strange conversation or impromptu by Alex in “Closer to the Heart” is also present in other boots during 1993 and 1994. It is something like “Closer to Strangiato” or “La Villa to the Heart”, as you prefer. “Tom Sawyer” has a funny finale, by the way, isn’t it the same they did for “Superconductor”? Another question: what is the meaning of the dices in the cover? Any special story?    (2007-08-20)


found disc 1 in my closet for years the sound is good but way too much bottom end   (2010-11-01)

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